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  1. My dad's money is family money, so it belongs to me too. Of course it was legit. My dad works extremely hard. He works 14-18 hours per day. Weekends too. People think the wealthy just sit around and the money flows in. Not so. It takes more work than you can imagine to become that successful and stay that successful as long as he has. I don't have to work if I don't want to. My dad set me up with a trust fund. Way to go DF. Keep letting "Daddy" take care of it. Until you realize Keeping Up With the Kardashigans is not the life, you will be miserable and your future ex's will have everything Daddy gave to you. Go get your own hard earned $ and then only then you will truly be rich! Personally $ doesn't matter, Salvation lies within!
  2. If you count the money your father has, then you are not!!! So what your dad has a large bank account. Was it legit? Doesn't matter anyway. The wealth of one only lies within what they do with it. If you want to live the rest of your life telling everyone what your family has like you have here, well then just go work for pops and then you can inherit, blow the $ and then live in the past. Unless you can take all that wrestling has taught you and live to fight, work harder and dedicate toward something you have no chance in the real world. Good luck and in 10 years from now I hope you won't be using the EBT in front of me at the grocery!
  3. X-Factor as a team could be Virginia Tech. Also could be alot of St. Paris Graham guys some who have been mentioned 125 Ryan Taylor Not ranked expect top ten early 149 Braschetta returning AA 157 Neibert 2 weight jump!! 157 Isaac Jordan #7 165 Taylor DUH 184 Thomussiet ranked #6 Too bad Bo Jordan will redshirt
  4. There are still 14 guys undefeated, while only one weight, 174, has none. This does not include 3 returning champs from 2012 that have 1 or 2 losses. What is the most undefeated champs in a season?
  5. Vollrath in at 165 to eek out a win over Moore and Taylor up to 174 to take down Evans. :) I suggested a little different scenario the other day, but was dismissed. Re: Hawks Vs. PSU by Alwayswrestling » Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:12 pm Feedus wrote: First post, but long time follower. Any chance PSU waits until after 149 and possibly throws Vollrath @ 57, Alton @ 65, Taylor @74 to win 65 &74? Can D. Alton beat Moore? Just thoughts. I doubt any chance this will happen because of the way weigh in rules are now. Plus I am not sure it would benefit PSU at all Alton has a good chance of beating DSJ and Taylor getting bonus points from Moore not sure if Alton's a sure thing at 165 and I would say Taylor is not getting bonus points from this years Evans at 174.
  6. I doubt any chance this will happen because of the way weigh in rules are now. Plus I am not sure it would benefit PSU at all Alton has a good chance of beating DSJ and Taylor getting bonus points from Moore not sure if Alton's a sure thing at 165 and I would say Taylor is not getting bonus points from this years Evans at 174. It was just a thought as Alton beat Moore last year in the dual and Taylor beat Evans, albeit by just decisions. Add into that the recent Vollrath/Alton wrestle-off score. I think you are right, throw out your best at each weight, although the Hawks do match up well by weight. Was thinking it may even it up 5/5 victories and bank on bonus by Ruth and Q. I guess it just how much a dual victory means to the team. P.S. How would the weigh-in rules affect this possibility? Have Vollrath/Alton weigh-in @ 157, Taylor @ 165, Brown @ 74. Was not aware where they could not bump up, Dake just did.
  7. First post, but long time follower. Any chance PSU waits until after 149 and possibly throws Vollrath @ 57, Alton @ 65, Taylor @74 to win 65 &74? Can D. Alton beat Moore? Just thoughts.
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